Wild Phlox on The Dead-End Road

The graveled space looks more like an appendix of the main road, rather than a real road. For sometimes, the space was used to accommodate several cars during some events like the school’s fun day two weeks ago. It’s a dead-end road with big bushes and trees that grow in some part, and in June some wildflowers thrive there and bloom beautifully. Among those wildflowers were phlox, in purple and light pink, also in the mix of them, light pink flowers with a touch of purple. They were the attraction on that unattractive space. Sprouting here and there, swaying to and fro when the warm breeze blew. The nuance of it was a reminder that sometimes, all we need is the simple touch of nature to create that wonderful feeling inside.

“To see a world in a grain of sand and heaven in a wildflower hold infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an hour.”

William Blake

Wild Phlox

Wild Phlox

Wild Purple Phlox

Wild Purple Phlox

Wild Phlox


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